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Windows only: It’s no secret that the default copy handler in Windows is miserably inadequate. KillCopy runs circles around the default handler with tons of customisable options including a secure over write of moved files.
The iPhone and iPod touch are meant to be, well, touched. But when you need acute accuracy for your next New Yorker cover, or if you just finished some nachos, a cheap, easy to build stylus might fit the bill.
Windows/Mac/Linux: A new beta of the speedy, innovative Opera web browser is available for download, bringing a visual, expandable tab bar and tab previews, server-side compression for slow connections, and many more features to your desktop.
Google has launched a minor refit of its local iGoogle home page, including ‘canvas view’ gadgets that can expand and contract without leaving the iGoogle site and a bunch of additional news feed gadgets.
Readers assure Lifehacker’s resident cynic that the Mac is a keyboard shortcut lovers’ dream, but a hands-on test still produced somewhat mixed results for me.
Bad news for tech geeks looking to accrue some freebies with their purchases: both the Officeworks chain and Harris Technology are pulling out of the FlyBuys scheme from July 1, 2009.
Taking time out to evacuate your PC’s dust bunnies is a must for keeping your computer running in tip-top shape. If you’re more the laptop sort, DIY site Instructables details how to banish dust from your laptop.